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Pandemic Could Increase Human Trafficking in North Texas, Advocates Say

18 hours ago by Simone Carter
Human trafficking has long been an issue, but some survivors’ advocates have noted an uptick in reported cases since the coronavirus pandemic began.

Foul Air and City Inaction on Enforcement Causing Headaches for Small Businesses

22 hours ago by Jacob Vaughn
Sandra Anchondo Hansen studied accounting in school. She became an attorney and a small business owner, but she says she goes home every day feeling like a landscaper. At the end of the day, Hansen and the workers at her auto repair shop, Motorwerkz of Dallas, often go home covered...

The 5 Best Music Biopics You Can Watch on Hulu

22 hours ago by Garrett Gravley
Iconic pop trailblazer Madonna is co-writing and directing an upcoming biopic on her life and music career, Universal Pictures confirmed in a statement on Tuesday. Joining the Queen of Pop on this endeavor is famed  writer Diablo Cody, whose most notable works include films such as Juno and Jennifer’s Body...

Dallas Chef Takes Creativity Beyond the Plate to Stickers

22 hours ago by Alex Gonzalez
Since COVID struck, many of us have had to find creative ways to pass the time. While this is a daunting era for all industries, hospitality, bartenders, chefs and restaurateurs have found ways to create temporary moments of joy. Anastacia Quiñones-Pittman, executive chef at José in North Dallas, took to...

RoboCop May Return to Big and Small Screens With Prequel Show OCP

22 hours ago by Danny Gallagher
Who knows when we'll be able to go back to the movies again? Even if the worst case scenario happens and movie theaters become a distant memory like rotary phones and bunny ear TV antennas, there might be another way for you to get your RoboCop kick. Ed Neumeier, the...

The Endorphin Factory Lets You Pursue Happiness by Demolishing Rooms

22 hours ago by Malen Blackmon
Sometimes when you're stressed, a 20-minute mediation session or power-drinking night out will just not cut it. Nowadays, power-drinking nights out are depressing nights in with a “safe” number of friends while you practice social distancing and talk about how much of a dumpster fire 2020 has been. According to...

Review: A Chef with African Roots and Global Training Brings Fine Dining to Garland

22 hours ago by Brian Reinhart
I can’t believe I’m saying this, but ambitious young chefs looking for big opportunities to show off their skills should consider the suburbs. This goes against everything an urbanist Oak Cliff dweller like me should believe. But the thought was inescapable as I walked into Pangea, a triumphant new Garland...

A Record Store in Arlington Digs Through Dallas DJs' Vinyl Collections

22 hours ago by Lauren Drewes Daniels
A new and used record store, Growl, is blossoming in downtown Arlington along Abrams Street. This retail space has cycled through different phases over the last few years, trying to figure out what it wants to really be when it grows up. With low ceilings, a cement floor, bars on...

DEET Yourself: 2020 West Nile Virus Season Means Business

4 days ago by Simone Carter
Last week, Dallas County Health and Human Services reported its fourth West Nile-related death of the 2020 season and its tenth human case.

Music News: The Kessler's New Concert Series; Chilldren of Indigo Premiere New Music Video

4 days ago by Diamond Rodrigue
The Kessler announced a new music series that will take place on the lawn behind the theater. The Kessler Green will offer live music, drinks, food trucks and pop-up favorites. Catch Thomas Csorba and Jacob Metcalf later next week. Chilldren of Indigo premiered a new music video this week directed...

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